"Madame, can I check your identity before you recycle that corn flake packet?"
You have nine days to work out who you are - or who you think 'they' would like you to be. And you will need a bit of paper or plastic to prove who you think you are.
Now this is not a Brexit debate issue... not a pre-Brexit issue... not even a post-Brexit issue.
It's a recycling issue.
From April 9 you will need to be able to prove your identity - and address - when you visit a Wiltshire Council household recycling centre. This is to prove that you live in the county and are not crossing borders with your old fridge-freezer.
There has been some opposition to this move - especially from farmers who foresee it will cause an immediate increase in fly-tipping on their fields and in their hedgerows.
Never fear. In a last minute change to the Wiltshire Council budget that starts this week, Council Leader Baroness Scott created a new £670,000 budget line to combat litter and fly-tipping. Ironically, she took most of the money - £655,000 - from the Council's Rural Fund for improving the environment in rural parts of Wiltshire.
Still, at least this year the towns will be free of litter and fly-tipping.
This is NOT an April Fool story...what has been going on in the county and country recently seems to be beyond parody.
FOOTNOTE: For avoidance of doubt "Acceptable forms of ID include: Your driving licence, Council Tax bill, Utlity bill."
Do not take your passport as it does not - yet - include your address.